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Rewarding people and businesses for their valuable participation in the community is more than a feel-good kind of thing for those being rewarded. It’s also inspirational to those watching from the sidelines. Such is the case with Thursday’...
In a county that frequently has the highest unemployment numbers in the state, it should come as no surprise that there is a shortage of affordable housing for the poorest of residents, the elderly and families with young children among them. Thursday...
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California WatchThe swarm of earthquakes that rippled through Imperial County in late August has exposed more fissures in the state's system for identifying and fixing school buildings considered structurally unsound. At Brawley Union High School, an Aug. 27...
IMPERIAL – The long awaited grand opening of Imperial’s newest home community of contemporary single family homes is set for Saturday the 25th of August. Kicking off the celebration will be the unveiling of five professionally decorated new...
Staff WriterIMPERIAL — Dozens of local subcontractors attended the second Local Subcontractor Outreach Meeting here at Pioneers Museum in a workshop Wednesday to learn more about a couple of new processes which are rapidly becoming industry standards. The...
Staff WriterIMPERIAL — As the rain started falling, Imperial Valley College officials lined up to take the first strike toward more technical training with funding approved by voters last year. The college broke ground Friday on the new career technical...
John O'Brien is a patient man. For months, O'Brien and his architect have met with Winnetka preservationists and others in the north suburb who want to see at least part of the historic lakefront Gage House spared from the wrecking ball. O'Brien bought...
Orlando SentinelSigns reading "Stop the Lens" appear as you near St. Petersburg Pier, the iconic landmark built in the 1970s. The Lens is the proposed award-winning design by architect Michael Maltzan that will replace The Pier, as the locals call it. The city has...
RedEyeToday is the deadline to submit ideas for the Chicago Architecture Foundation's contest to design bus shelters for express bus service that's coming to Ashland Avenue and the Loop. The "Next Stop" contest was created to encourage conversation about...
The Wilmette Park District will close its public golf course on July 29 for a $2 million renovation that officials say will reduce flood problems and provide new challenges for golfers. It will be the largest renovation ever for the Wilmette Golf Club,...
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The Baltimore County school system has hired a local architecture firm to help document its long-term school facilities needs, following a similar strategy the city school system used to generate a $2.4 billion plan and secure some of that funding from...
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RICHMOND — Mayor Dwight Jones stood inside the new Washington Redskins Training Center on Monday and said the center was "on schedule" for its anticipated June 30 completion date. Located on 17 acres next to the Science Museum of Virginia and the...
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